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Flying the SA Flag
Flying the SA Flag

As a member of F.I.R.M the JICP would like to reiterate the call for property owners and tenants across the city to fly the South African flag from their buildings or display a South African flag on their premises.

FIRM, JICP & CID Forum working together during crisis
FIRM, JICP & CID Forum working together during crisis

Community Mailer _ Civil Unrest July 2021_ The Forum of Integrated Risk Mitigation (F.I.R.M.) in partnership with its corporate members and partners and in association with the Johannesburg Inner City Partnership and various City Improvement Districts from across Johannesburg, are working together tirelessly to monitor, verify and share information to ensure that resources are mobilised […]

JICP projects on YouTube
JICP projects on YouTube

On Thursday 8 July, SA Cities Networked launched the four “Good Hood Stories” videos on YouTube. Two of these Good Hood Stories focus on JCP projects; the Urban Agriculture Initiative and the Walkable Network (from 4mins30 as part of the focus on non motorised transport). Background Earlier this year, SA Cities Network put together a […]

MES celebrates 35 Years of Service
MES celebrates 35 Years of Service

On Tuesday, the 1st of June 2021, Mould Empower Serve (MES) celebrated 35 years of bringing hope and change to the hearts of the most vulnerable and homeless community living in the inner cities of Johannesburg, Kempton Park, Gqeberha, and Cape Town. Watch the MES 35th Birthday Global Webinar HERE to learn more about the […]

CoJ Community Based Planning online meetings
CoJ Community Based Planning online meetings

The City of Joburg is hosting online Community Based Planning meetings for all Regions and Wards. See the schedule with links below; 2021_02 JOBURG CBP MEETINGS with links 2021_02 Reg A Correction CBP schedule 2021_02 Reg A Correction CBP schedule Use the link HERE for online submissions to the City of Joburg regarding Community Based Planning and […]

Johannesburg Inner City Walkable Network
Johannesburg Inner City Walkable Network

The Walkable Network is a partnership-based package of interventions that target streets and public spaces to create a clean, safe and welcoming Inner City experience. The focus of the initative is improved walkability along streets and in other public places through various forms of placemaking, such as pedestrianisation, public art, street furniture, lighting, landscaping, signage, safety and cleanliness interventions through partnerships with public, private and civil society stakeholders from the property, design, security, waste management, academic, food production and other sectors.

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